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Spanish Islands, Postcards from Lanzarote
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Andrew are those camels? Are they used for hauling?
They are for the tourist rides in the national park!
Kind of like the camel rides I saw advertised in Jamaica. Good grief.
Even worse than your horse riding I would say!
Imagine the blog post if I had been able to get Hubby on one of those! I might also be divorced. 🙂
Riding it wasn’t so bad – it was the smell!
I’m still waiting for ‘nostalgia from the Algarve’. Not that I don’t have plenty of my own 🙂
And how come you don’t like haggis and cullen skink?
Algarve coming soon Jo. I went to Scotland in 1981 and bought a haggis to take home. It was horrid but maybe I didn’t cook it correctly? Cullen Sink will become a banned substance in the UK post independence.
Wow, looks beautiful!